Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

Written by on February 27, 2012 in Antique, Booth, home decor with 2 Comments

Another really cool find this week. This time at an auction. A lot of Sheridan Silver Co. hollow ware was up for sale. It included a footed waiter’s tray, a tea pot, sugar bowl with lid and a tall creamer. We got it for a good price. It was very tarnished so today I drug out the silver polish (I use Weiman’s Silver Cream) and began the task of cleaning the silver plate.

This is what I started with (forgot to take the before picture with sugar bowl and creamer, but here are the tea pot and tray):

O sheridan silver before1 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

O sheridan silver before2 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

Here’s a shot with the sugar bowl cleaned compared to the still tarnished tray and tea pot:

O sheridan silver after1 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

Big difference!

This particular pattern seems to be the Sheridan pattern SDN15. The tray is HUGE. It measures 30 inches long (from outside edge of handles) and 17.5 inches deep. It weighs a ton! The tea pot is approximately 10″ tall to the top of the ornate finial. The sugar bowl is about 7″ to the top of the lid and the creamer is also about 7″ tall.

The tray is being sold separate from the 3 piece tea set in the booth. Don’t they look nice in the Vintage With A Twist booth?

O sheridan silver in booth1 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

O sheridan silver in booth2 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

O sheridan silver in booth3 Sheridan Silver Plate Find | Hollow Ware

 

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  1. Deborah Stevenson says:

    I have the exact same sugarbowl with lid what is its value?

  2. Vintage with a Twist says:

    Hi Deborah! I am not an authority on silverplate. I can tell you I am selling the coffee/tea pot, sugar and creamer in my booth for $69.99. I usually use eBay’s completed listing searches and replacements.com to try and find values. Remember, values are the worth but Market value is actually what you can sell items for. Good luck!

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